Check out the moments that defined another year partnering with local communities, organizations, and governments in pursuit of a world free from new HIV infections.
This Universal Children’s Day, we encourage the global development community to think strategically, creatively, and inclusively in addressing nutrition before and after the 1,000-day window.
We have a learning model at MEval-SIFSA where we’ve itemised what defines a health system as “functioning.” For us, a strong, functioning system is one that takes you through the entire data management process and evaluates how the data is gathered, interpreted and analysed. But most importantly, a functioning system uses data to maximise a health programme’s impact and improve health outcomes.
Throughout the year, JSI staff wrote about their work with public health programs in the U.S. and around the world. Here are the most read blog posts of 2015.
The Every Dose, Every Day online toolkit developed by CDC and AIDS.gov offers assistance to both health care providers and people with HIV to improve medication adherence.
Last year, JSI addressed health needs in the U.S. and around the world. Along the way, our experts wrote about their experiences working on some of the most important topics of the year, from Ebola to HIV. 1) Fighting the Ebola outbreak: Report from Liberia Liberia-based Dr. Rose Jallah-Macauley discusses the impact and optimism of the … Continue reading “Top 10 Blogs on The Pump: 2014”
As a frontline health worker in Malawi, Petro Kangulu is one of approximately 4,000 health surveillance assistants (HSA) focused on improving the health of people in his community by providing community case management (CCM) for common childhood illnesses. Petro, who lives in Kasungu district in western Malawi, was selected by his community for the role four … Continue reading “Frontline Health Workers Use Technology to Improve Care”
The Rebuilding Basic Health Services in Liberia (RBHS) project is providing weekly updates on the Ebola outbreak and response effort.
Liberia is experiencing the worst Ebola epidemic the world has ever seen. One of the most important aspects of epidemic containment is infection control and prevention measures.
How MCHIP successfully partnered with political and religious leaders to help vaccinate more children in Uganda.